Fantastic Four #348

Writer: Walt Simonson Artist: Arthur Adams, Gracine Tanaka Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: March 6, 1991 Critic Reviews: 0 User Reviews: 3
N/ACritic Rating
9.2User Rating

The new Fantastic Four's investigation has taken them all the way to Monster Island, home of the dreaded Mole Man. Will they find out the truth about the slain FF...or another set of secrets entirely?

    No critic ratings have been found for this issue.

  • 8.5
    Pancake French Fry Jul 4, 2022

    The "New Fantastic Four" arc by Walt Simonson and Art Adams is well-written, well-drawn and a lot of fun, both literal and meta (as it pokes fun of the crass commercialization Marvel was facing in the early 90s). This arc not only works well, it probably works better than it should at being both a rousing adventure romp with ties to Marvel history (Skrulls! Monsters! (FF (1961) #2 and #1, respectively)) as well as a marketing gimmick featuring some of Marvel's "hottest" early 90s characters (Spider-Man, Wolverine, "Grey" Hulk and Ghost Rider).

    Aside from the fun, action and humor/silliness, there's also some great characterization work done with the FF (in particular Mr. Fantastic) as well as some interesting continuity explorati more

  • 9.5
    Prodigalson16 Jan 15, 2021

  • 9.5
    Halodystroyer44 Sep 1, 2020

Reviews for the Week of...

October

5th

September

More